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Sony Xperia T & TX thread


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Posted by NightBlade

Top: Xperia T
Bottom: Xperia TX


Xperia T key features:

-4.6” HD Reality Display powered by the Mobile BRAVIA® Engine for razor sharp clarity
-13MP fast capture camera that goes from sleep mode to snap in just over a second
-Full 1080p HD video recording capabilities and a 720p HD front camera for the highest quality content
-Easy connectivity with ‘One-touch’ function enabled by NFC
-PlayStation™ Certified
-Latest generation 1.5GHz dual core processor for improved battery life, fast performance and ultra sharp graphics
-Android version 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Will be upgraded to Android version 4.1 (Jelly Bean) following launch. Detailed timing to follow
-MHL connectivity for viewing content on a big screen without the need for a charger
-Use Xperia TV Dock with MHL to HDMI converter and charging connector to enjoy photos and videos on an HDMI enabled TV
-In some markets Xperia T will be known as Xperia TX
-Available in Black, Silver and White colours




Left: Xperia T
Right: Xperia TX

[ This Message was edited by: NightBlade on 2012-08-31 02:18 ]

[ This Message was edited by: laffen on 2013-01-16 09:53 ]



Posted by Tsepz_GP
Now THIS is what i expected to see from Sony, 2012 internal hardware, an excellent camera and a beautiful design, great job Sony!
The Xperia T is truly a beast!

Posted by borg_
WOW

Next on my list to buy for sure

Posted by tranced
Drooling over here

@Tsepz_GP: they're promoting your SA in these press photos.

Again, no xenon flash, but the other hardware pieces are nice!

The Optimus G just found the T point!

Posted by Tsepz_GP
Lol, thanks for pointing that out Tranced, hadn't noticed very nice!

Posted by NightBlade

On 2012-08-29 18:45:21, tranced wrote:

Again, no xenon flash, but the other hardware pieces are nice!

The Optimus G just found the T point!



I've given up on waiting for a proper high-end phone with a xenon flash. Seems like making them wafer-thin is more important these days.

Posted by tranced
@Nightblade: I'd sacrifice the slimness of the phone for a xenon flash as well. Too thin is not a plus for me.

Posted by tranced
Ohhh the camera aperture is 1/2.4mm

Posted by NightBlade
whisper* Is that good?

Posted by Bonovox
Very nice specs just hope the thin design does not suffer cracks again. Is it plastic??

Posted by Indiandawg
Xperia T unboxing

http://www.xperiablog.net/2012/08/29/xperia-t-unboxing/

Posted by DACHA
The documents in the video list the model numbers as MT27i ?
[ This Message was edited by: DACHA on 2012-08-29 18:37 ]


Posted by rikken
A really lovely phone Great design and good specs

Posted by Supa_Fly

On 2012-08-29 19:09:24, NightBlade wrote:
whisper* Is that good?



it is VERY VERY GOod

Posted by Tsepz_GP
Well that was rather short-lived,I just watched the Samsung Galaxy Note2 announcement i take back what i said in my 1st post here, the Xperia T is nice, but WOW that Note2 is one hell of a beast and it comes with Jelly Bean out-the-box.

Will be great to see how these devices do in the market against each other, the competition among Android OEMs is incredible, and we as the consumers are being spoilt for choice and some incredible tech.

Posted by mediar

On 2012-08-29 22:57:42, Tsepz_GP wrote:
Well that was rather short-lived,I just watched the Samsung Galaxy Note2 announcement i take back what i said in my 1st post here, the Xperia T is nice, but WOW that Note2 is one hell of a beast and it comes with Jelly Bean out-the-box.

Will be great to see how these devices do in the market against each other, the competition among Android OEMs is incredible, and we as the consumers are being spoilt for choice and some incredible tech.



Haha, , welcome to the real world...

Posted by djin
@Tsepz_GP,

Note 2 comes in at 6inches. Thats way too big for me to carry around as a phone for daily use. I dont think I can carry around a phone over the size of s3 because even though I have long fingers, its still hard to use it one handed. Also S3 users should be getting jelly bean by now. A friend of mine got it already .

Posted by roanmy
TX will be released IN STEAD of T some places? And it is TX that is the same as SO-04D?

Posted by NightBlade
Speaking of the TX, should we create a new thread for that one, or should I just edit this one to incorporate it? The devices are almost identical, after all.

Posted by Platia1
Looks like this will be getting a release in Australia as opposed to the TX, slight shame as the TX looks more stylish to me.

No V or J at this point in time....which is a bit stupid because the V supports the LTE network that is currently operational here.

Posted by Bonovox
I expected bigger battery for a flagship

Posted by >500

On 2012-08-30 02:57:50, Platia1 wrote:
Looks like this will be getting a release in Australia as opposed to the TX, slight shame as the TX looks more stylish to me.



Agree! The Arc design looks best when thinnest. TX is the thinner device here.

edit: Keep this thread for TX. No need for 2 threads I dont think.... Mods, can we add TX to the thread title please
[ This Message was edited by: >500 on 2012-08-30 02:21 ]


Posted by Marly

On 2012-08-30 03:21:09, >500 wrote:

edit: Keep this thread for TX. No need for 2 threads I dont think.... Mods, can we add TX to the thread title please



The topicstarter, i.e. NightBlade, can edit first post and title

Posted by >500
really? Shows how long its been since I started a thread

edit: I wonder why the T is thicker than the TX. And with different dimensions? I thought a non removable battery (T, yes higher capacity but not enough to warrant a massive jump in physical battery size) allows for a thinner design?
[ This Message was edited by: >500 on 2012-08-30 02:43 ]


Posted by Marly
[offtopic]

There are indeed several forums, in which you'll only be able to change the first post, as a topicstarter, not the title, but here you can edit both.

Posted by Shino03
Could someone explain to me how powerful this s4 dual-core? I mean, is it on-par with the current trend of quad-core?


Posted by admad

On 2012-08-30 05:28:52, Shino03 wrote:
Could someone explain to me how powerful this s4 dual-core? I mean, is it on-par with the current trend of quad-core?


Check it for Yourself here http://www.gsmarena.com/samsu[....]_galaxy_s_iii-review-761p5.php

Compare S III with HTC One S (uses same s4 dual-core as in new xperias). It manages to outdo S III in some areas, and it's only dual-core. So yeah, it's pretty fast.

Btw, does anyone know if it has this whitemagic display or whatever? Also the floating touch thing?
EDIT: Just been through whitepaper, of course it doesn't why should it? It's only Sony flagship... You want thoose features buy a mid-range Sony phone, but then say bye bye to S4 and 13MP camera...
[ This Message was edited by: admad on 2012-08-30 08:38 ]


Posted by Ravager
Didnt they remove the ball ? Nice to see its back where it should be

Posted by Xajel

Btw, does anyone know if it has this whitemagic display or whatever? Also the floating touch thing?
EDIT: Just been through whitepaper, of course it doesn't why should it? It's only Sony flagship... You want thoose features buy a mid-range Sony phone, but then say bye bye to S4 and 13MP camera...
[ This Message was edited by: admad on 2012-08-30 08:38 ]



AFAIK, both WhiteMagic and Floating Touch are still limited to 4" displays and smaller duo to technical and cost issues... but they're working on bringing these technologies later to the larger 4.x displays when they solve these issues...

Posted by djin
I think TX might be a cancelled phone, and we may see only T. If you check the whitepapers for T, its basically re edited from TX. The last few pages have Xperia TX written on it(eg pg 18, 19). Even on sony's website TX is missing. I really hope some one gets them to clarify the actual diffrences between T, TX and V(besides the obvious smaller screen and water proof). This is the first time I am confused so much about a phone :S.

Posted by motvikt
According to mobil.se, the Xperia T is not even gonna be released in Sweden.

Posted by NightBlade

On 2012-08-30 03:33:24, Marly wrote:

On 2012-08-30 03:21:09, >500 wrote:

edit: Keep this thread for TX. No need for 2 threads I dont think.... Mods, can we add TX to the thread title please



The topicstarter, i.e. NightBlade, can edit first post and title


Updated.

I can never get the width of the thread images right. The forum ends up resizing them in these annoying boxes.

Posted by laffen
I am updating the phone section with the new phones and wanted to share the differences between the Xperia TX and Xperia T. The exterior is not identical with keys and ports located on different locations.

Xperia T
Weight: 148 gram
Size: 129.4 x 67.3 x 9.35 mm
Multitouch: 4 fingers
Battery: 1850 mAh - fixed
Talktime: 7 hours
Standby time: 450 hours

Xperia TX
Weight: 127 gram
Size: 131 x 68.6 x 8.6 mm
Multitouch: 10 fingers
Battery: 1750 mAh - removable
Talktime: 6 hours 40 minutes
Standby time: 300 hours

Xperia TX is using the same Snapdragon S4 chipset as the HSPA (LT30p) version of Xperia T, but the TX Whitepaper claims that the Xperia TX has a Adreno 220 GPU while Xperia T has a more powerful 225 GPU. I am not sure if this is correct as the Snapdragon spec sheet from Qualcomm only list the Adreno 225 as an option with the MSM8260A chipset.

I am sure you all know about the Esato phone comparison feature
[ This Message was edited by: laffen on 2012-08-30 12:58 ]


Posted by djin
@Laffen,

I have noticed that too. Feels odd that its the only one whith an old gpu. I hope its an error which they will sort it out. Also I totally forgot about the phone comparison feature lol. Thanks for the link.

Posted by motvikt

On 2012-08-30 15:00:57, djin wrote:
@Laffen,

I have noticed that too. Feels odd that its the only one whith an old gpu. I hope its an error which they will sort it out. Also I totally forgot about the phone comparison feature lol. Thanks for the link.



S(E) is famous for their incorrect white-papers. Both T and TX have the same soc

Posted by DarkKrypt
do any Sony phones that were announced this ifa have hdmi directly or has it all switched to mhl to hdmi ?
and what's pulsed led?
pity no xenon or plasma led

Posted by rontysee
Xperia TX definitely has Adreno 225...
Check out this video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8U3-5t4kCY
The Nenamark 2 Score at 2:20 is 58.4FPS which is only possible by Adreno 225...Adreno 220 has never crossed 40FPS on a 720p display...

Posted by Xajel

On 2012-08-30 13:57:28, laffen wrote:
.....

Xperia TX is using the same Snapdragon S4 chipset as the HSPA (LT30p) version of Xperia T, but the TX Whitepaper claims that the Xperia TX has a Adreno 220 GPU while Xperia T has a more powerful 225 GPU. I am not sure if this is correct as the Snapdragon spec sheet from Qualcomm only list the Adreno 225 as an option with the MSM8260A chipset.

I am sure you all know about the Esato phone comparison feature
[ This Message was edited by: laffen on 2012-08-30 12:58 ]



First just for clarifications, MSM8260 have Adreno 220, MSM8260A have Adreno 225 there's no other versions so you can be sure...

Second.. the first WP for TX has mentioned only MSM8260, but shortly after that; they reuploaded the WP with MSM8260A and specified Krait core... but the GPU Adreno kept unchanged...

So I believe that they missed the Adreno and forget to change it to Adreno 225 ( in MSM8260A ) compared to the old Adreno 220 ( in MSM8260 )... I think I might have the older WP where they still didn't changed the SoC to MSM8260A from MSM8260 if you want to be more sure... but I assure you it's MSM8260A with Adreno 225...

Posted by DACHA
Xperia T + LTE LT30at White Paper

Hopefully it will release soon.
[ This Message was edited by: DACHA on 2012-08-30 15:00 ]


Posted by randomuser
Car phone Warehouse Xperia T pre registration page.

http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/news/coming-soon/sony-xperia-t

Expected September 2012.

Posted by xenia
http://www.youtube.com/watch?[....]_xkXrI&feature=player_embedded
Look at the view angels. Pretty good

Posted by randomuser
Xperia T/TX/V benchmarked, topple GS3 from the top

http://www.gsmarena.com/sony_[....]re_promising_too-news-4722.php

Posted by smclion102

On 2012-08-30 17:41:17, randomuser wrote:
Xperia T/TX/V benchmarked, topple GS3 from the top

http://www.gsmarena.com/sony_[....]re_promising_too-news-4722.php

Where are the QUAD CORE boys

Posted by Bonovox
Camera samples

http://mblog.gsmarena.com/new-xperia-tx-camera-samples/

Posted by mediar

On 2012-08-30 18:19:22, smclion102 wrote:
Where are the QUAD CORE boys


Well, I hope you do realize that the three new Sony Xperias are almost half an year late to the party, in which the other brands have already taken the main places. And T & V are just slightly better than the other quad-cores, mentioned in the tests, aka nothing remarkable to excuse the delay. Furthermore, while the other phones are already available on the market, we still talk about Sony's new additions to the Xperia family in future tense. The best of all - I'm sure when S3 gets its JB update ( in a week or so ), it'll beat Sony's red ass.

And T is still ugly, even on the official press photos.
[ This Message was edited by: mediar on 2012-08-30 19:29 ]


Posted by worf1000

On 2012-08-30 20:27:14, mediar wrote:

On 2012-08-30 18:19:22, smclion102 wrote:
Where are the QUAD CORE boys


Well, I hope you do realize that the three new Sony Xperias are almost half an year late to the party, in which the other brands have already taken the main places. And T & V are just slightly better than the other quad-cores, mentioned in the tests, aka nothing remarkable to excuse the delay. Furthermore, while the other phones are already available on the market, we still talk about Sony's new additions to the Xperia family in future tense. The best of all - I'm sure when S3 gets its JB update ( in a week or so ), it'll beat Sony's red ass.

And T is still ugly, even on the official press photos.
[ This Message was edited by: mediar on 2012-08-30 19:29 ]



Yeah ugly right, keep dreaming sammy boy. You just got face palm
I told you so, quad core is useless..............................

Even my Xperia S is faster than your SGS3 and it has old version of dual core..................at least in daily use.
You wont see any BIG different.
[ This Message was edited by: worf1000 on 2012-08-30 19:42 ]


Posted by mediar

On 2012-08-30 20:38:43, worf1000 wrote:
Yeah ugly right, keep dreaming sammy boy. You just got face palm
I told you so, quad core is useless..............................

Even my Xperia S is faster than your SGS3 and it has old version of dual core..................at least in daily use.
You wont see any BIG different.


Said the sonnie boy... You know I'm not expecting you to say anything else...
[ This Message was edited by: mediar on 2012-08-30 19:43 ]


Posted by worf1000

On 2012-08-30 20:42:37, mediar wrote:

On 2012-08-30 20:38:43, worf1000 wrote:
Yeah ugly right, keep dreaming sammy boy. You just got face palm
I told you so, quad core is useless..............................

Even my Xperia S is faster than your SGS3 and it has old version of dual core..................at least in daily use.
You wont see any BIG different.


Said the sonnie boy... You know I'm not expecting you to say anything else...
[ This Message was edited by: mediar on 2012-08-30 19:43 ]



We will see .............................never trust a Korean copycat like Samsung or LG
[ This Message was edited by: worf1000 on 2012-08-30 19:46 ]


Posted by smclion102
@Mediar
blah
blah
blah
blah
New xperia is kickass
[ This Message was edited by: smclion102 on 2012-08-30 19:52 ]


Posted by smclion102

On 2012-08-30 20:27:14, mediar wrote:

On 2012-08-30 18:19:22, smclion102 wrote:
Where are the QUAD CORE boys


Well, I hope you do realize that the three new Sony Xperias are almost half an year late to the party, in which the other brands have already taken the main places. And T & V are just slightly better than the other quad-cores, mentioned in the tests, aka nothing remarkable to excuse the delay. Furthermore, while the other phones are already available on the market, we still talk about Sony's new additions to the Xperia family in future tense. The best of all - I'm sure when S3 gets its JB update ( in a week or so ), it'll beat Sony's red ass.

And T is still ugly, even on the official press photos.
[ This Message was edited by: mediar on 2012-08-30 19:29 ]



Dont be RACIST dude Xperia T is nice.


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